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Travel Blogs from Novgorod
... lunch at a Japanese restaurant serving Japtalian food (sushi and pizza) we started to explore. As luck would have it we were on the Main Street of Nitzney. For some reason there were lots of people everywhere. As we got closer and closer to the kremlin we realized there was some sort of festival. Passing the street performers and ice cream vendors we approached a checkpoint, huh, no problem the police are just checking bags ...
... ring of medieval churches around the old market square.
More recently, during WW II, the front line actually stopped at Novgorod for 2.5 years! At the start of the war there were 30 000 residents of the town but by the end only 139.
She also gave us her own opinion about the Crimea situation. Her English was excellent and she said she got lots of updates from BBC, NBC, etc, so was appalled at the bias in the media ...
... only going to Novogorod and would be leaving us at 3.30am tonight. Alec had been installing radar systems on the Black Sea to act as protection for the Sochi games, he was returning home to see his wife who was due to go into labour in the next few weeks. Upon Leo discovering this, a great smile came across his face and he tried to find something under his seat. I think I knew what was coming. Sure enough, he whips out a bottle of vodka and places it on the table ...
... Kremlin, I made my way up the main shopping strip of the town and had some very nice pelmeni in a mushroom sauce for lunch. With pretty much everything I wanted to see in the town already done, I had plenty of time to kill so I walked the rest off the shopping strip before heading back to the Kremlin and sat on the hill overlooking the volga. I was only there for a few minutes when who should show up but Iphi ...
... town but it was closed. I then checked out one last museum in the kremlin, the archbishop's palace. An interesting display and for once a decent amount of English information. I then headed off for my last meal in Novgorod. I was determined to find good food. I checked the tourist centre website (excellent place both online and in person) and decided on a place called Dezhveny. And I hit the jackpot! A restaurant decorated and themed on medieval ...
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Studencheskaya ulitsa, d. 2, Novgorod | 4 star hotelfrom $124
16, Velikaya Str, Novgorod | Hotelfrom $55
Predtechenskaya 24, Novgorod | Hotelfrom $82
Fedorovsky Ruchei Str.16, Novgorod | Hotelfrom $78
Street Desjatinnaja 6a, Novgorod | Hotelfrom $55
19/1, Aleksandra Nevskogo , Novgorod | Hotelfrom $64
Frolovskaya str., 24, Novgorod | Hotelfrom $87
27, ul., Novgorod | Hotelfrom $38